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Service Organizations

(List last updated January 2014 and will be updated periodically throughout the year.)

Names of organization advisors and student leaders are noted in most cases. Changes to this directory can be sent to Katie Dantsin.

The community service organizations on campus are dedicated to serving the community surrounding Moravian College and beyond. Students participate in volunteer activities, fundraising events and various other activities throughout the year.

Campus Community Connection (C3)

The Campus Community Connection is a group dedicated to providing service in the community surrounding the college.  We complete various service projects throughout the year.  A few examples include a blood drive sponsored by Miller keystone, Boo at the Zoo, Write Love, Camelot for Children, and Say Something Nice Day. 

President:  Sam Blake
Advisor: Katie Dantsin

Environmental Coalition

The Environmental Coalition recognizes that "sustainability" is multifaceted-- it means living in a way that protects and enriches the environment and your community and also contributes to a stable economy. ECO seeks to make students aware of the most pressing sustainability issues and through programming empower them to make change.

President:  Audrey McSain
Advisor:  Shari Dunham

Gamma Sigma Sigma: National Service Sorority

The purpose of our sorority is "to assemble college and university students in the spirit of service to humanity and to develop friendship among students of all races and creeds."* Our sorority, which is open to all Moravian men and women, strives to serve the college, local, and global communities.  Through both service and social events, we develop life-long friendships among our tight-knit group of sisters and brothers. In addition to these opportunities, the sorority also offers many leadership opportunities.

President:  Tara McGuire
Advisor: Ann Claussen

Habitat for Humanity

The College Chapter of Habitat for Humanity is open to all students interested in opportunities to build Habitat homes locally and/or away from campus during spring break. Fundraising for Habitat and awareness and advocacy related to affordable housing issues are also important functions of this service organization.

President:  Jenn Leedom
Advisor: Katie Dantsin

Hounds 4 Kids

Hounds4Kids is a club on campus that fundraises and brings awareness about pediatric cancer. We are affiliated with Hope & Heroes Children's Cancer Fund.

President: Gautam Kanakamedala 
Advisor: Virginia O’Connell